Resources – Government & Nonprofit

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Aging & Disability Resource Center of Tarrant County

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Tarrant County (ADRC) serves people who are 60 or older or have a disability and their caregivers. We empower people by helping them understand their options and successfully connecting them with the services and support they need. Examples of our partners include the Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County, MHMR Tarrant, Texas Health and Human Services, and the United Way of Tarrant County.

Contact Us
1300 Circle Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76119
855-YES-ADRC (855-937-2372)

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Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County

Area Agency on Aging has a long history of helping older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers in Tarrant County. As part of a network of 629 Area Agencies nationwide and one of 28 in the state of Texas, we are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for our Tarrant County community and empowering people to thrive independently by

Contact Us
1500 N. Main St., Suite 200
Fort Worth, TX 76164-0448
(817) 258-8000
401 W. Sanford St., Suite 2600
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 548-9595

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Helping Restore Ability

Helping Restore Ability envisions a future in which no Texan with a disability lacks the resources they need to live a full and independent life.

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4300 Beltway Place, Suite 130
Arlington, TX 76018
(817) 469-1977



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Tarrant Cares

Tarrant Cares is an online information service for individuals, families, caregivers, and agencies. This one resource will provide you with countless solutions for issues your family may be facing. You can also create personal health records.


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United Way of Tarrant County / 2-1-1


When you need help, but don’t know where to turn, call 2-1-1. A highly trained information and referral specialist will listen to your needs and connect you with the right community organization or government agency. It’s free and confidential.


1500 N. Main St., Suite 200
Fort Worth, TX 76164-0448
(817) 258-8000
401 W. Sanford St., Suite 2600
Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 548-9595



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Today, 6 Stones provides, daily clothing and food assistance through the New Hope Center serves approximately 300 individuals per week. School-based partnerships are solidified and expanding, currently serving roughly 50% of at-risk in HEB ISD. The Community Powered Revitalization (CPR) Program continues to improve infrastructure at high rates of Return on Investment in partner cities.

209 N Industrial Blvd #241,
Bedford, TX 76021


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Community Enrichment Center

For 30 years, the CEC has been a partner in change for our Northeast Tarrant low-income neighbors.  The CEC has continued to grow and expand our services to assist and empower victims of family violence, homeless and low-income families, and seniors across Tarrant County.  Today, the CEC works directly with these families and individuals to move them out of crisis and into stability through employment readiness, high school equivalency, financial coaching, counseling, safe housing, food, and basic necessities. These tools and Christ-centered resources help the CEC coaching staff restore hope and share God’s love while guiding families toward a bright future that will end their cycle of poverty and/or family violence.

6250 NE Loop 820
North Richland Hills, TX 76180

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Serving Our Seniors (SOS)

Working together to preserve the independence and wellbeing of our senior neighbors in Northeast Tarrant County. We are a non-profit organization, supported by churches, civic groups, businesses, and individuals, to provide Help, Hope, and Healing to our resident Seniors.


3401 South Booth Calloway Road
Richland Hills, TX 76118
(817) 282-0531

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Center for Transforming Lives

Provide rapid rehousing and long-term leasing support to those who need the most support within our Homeless Services. Partner with Early Head Start and Head Start programs to provide no-cost developmental education to prepare ages 0-5 for school. Educate women through financial literacy, individual and group coaching, career readiness, and small business development resources. Support women and their children in healing past trauma and present trauma through free Clinical Services.

512 West 4th Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817) 332-6191

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Community Action Partners

The City of Fort Worth’s Community Action Partners (CAP) serves as the Community Action Agency for Tarrant County and provides comprehensive services to economically disadvantaged individuals, families, and the elderly. CAP changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live.

Community Action Partners is funded through the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs and administers the Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) and the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).

Through CAP programs, residents learn to become financially independent, reducing and eliminating their reliance on social services.

Contact Us
200 Texas St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Community Action Agency

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Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Texas Health and Human Services — which includes the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the Texas Department of State Health Services — has hundreds of programs and services that help more than 7 million Texans a month live better lives, and it’s our strong foundation of dedicated people who make it happen every single day.

Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) state office headquarters is located at:

North Austin Complex
4601 W. Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX 78751-3146
P.O. Box 13247
Austin, Texas 78711-3247
Main number: 512-424-6500

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Tarrant County

Tarrant County is an urban county located in the north-central part of Texas. Fort Worth serves as the county seat to a county population of approximately 2.1 million citizens. Tarrant County is a member of the North Central Texas Council of Governments.



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The Disaster Assistance Improvement Program’s (DAIP) mission is to provide disaster survivors with information, support, services, and a means to access and apply for disaster assistance through joint data-sharing efforts between federal, tribal, state, local, and private sector partners.

Find Local Resources here.

P.O. Box 10055
Hyattsville, MD 20782-8055
1-800-621-3362 (711 available)

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Mission Central

Empowering people in need to improve their own quality of life.

We empower them by helping them overcome their barriers to living-wage employment through our Career Center. We empower them by helping them succeed in school through our Village Library after-school tutoring program. We empower them by getting them through rough patches by providing them with healthy food through our Village Pantry and Mobile Food Pantry. We empower them by connecting them with others who can help guide them to medical care, housing assistance, and transportation through our Community Resource Center. This is the heart of our mission: To empower people in need to improve their own quality of life.

740 East Pipeline Road
Hurst, TX 76053
(817) 595-0011

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Community Food Bank

At the Community Food Bank, we are simply people serving people, and that means all people. We serve all individuals and families without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or sexual identity. Diversity, equality, and inclusion is at the core of what we do., serving our community and our employees. Our commitment to these values is unwavering and central to our mission and to our impact.

300 Galvez Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111
(817) 924-3333

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GRACE Grapevine

As a steward of God’s blessings and resources in the community, GRACE provides assistance to individuals and families in crisis with guidance toward self-sufficiency.

“Giving as we have received, to help those in need.”

GRACE Grapevine
837 E. Walnut St.
Grapevine, Texas 76051

Phone: 817-305-4631
Phone: 817-488-7009
Contact person: Christine Szymaszek

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Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County

Home-delivered meals, Professional case management, Minor home repairs, Companion pet meals, Supplemental groceries, Social isolation programs, Diabetes screening and intervention, Nutrition counseling, and more!

Contact Us
5740 Airport Freeway
Haltom City, TX 76117
(817) 336-0912


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Metroport Meals on Wheels

Metroport Meals On Wheels, Inc. is a grassroots volunteer advocate for the elderly and those in need through home-delivered meals, senior center luncheons, and other support services. MMOW is Neighbors Helping Neighbors to alleviate hunger, isolation, and loneliness in our communities, and to foster the independence, worth and dignity of each individual we serve.

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428 US-377
Roanoke, TX 76262
(817) 482-1141

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC is the nation’s health protection agency, working 24/7 to protect America from health and safety threats, both foreign and domestic. CDC increases the health security of our nation.

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The Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) is committed to working in close partnership with states, as well as providers, families, and other stakeholders to support effective, innovative, and high-quality health coverage programs. Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) are joint federal/state programs for which state Medicaid/CHIP agencies have full responsibility for all aspects of the administration and operation of the Medicaid program in their state, including determining eligibility for and enrollment into their programs.

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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
7500 Security Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21244-1850

(877) 267-2323
(800) 252-8263
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Medicare is health insurance for people 65 or older. You’re first eligible to sign up for Medicare 3 months before you turn 65. You may be eligible to get Medicare earlier if you have a disability, End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), or ALS (also called Lou Gehrig’s disease).
Contact Us

(800) 633-4227
(817) 625-2161

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Public Utility Commissioner of Texas

The Public Utility Commission of Texas regulates the state’s electric, telecommunication, and water and sewer utilities, implements respective legislation, and offers customer assistance in resolving consumer complaints.

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P.O. Box 13326
Austin, TX 78711-3326

(888) 782-8477

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Social Security Administration

Social Security is part of the retirement plan for almost every American worker. It provides replacement income for qualified retirees and their families. This section of our website helps you better understand the program, the application process, and the online tools and resources available to you.

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Social Security Administration
Office of Public Inquiries and Communications Support
1100 West High Rise
6401 Security Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21235
(800) 772-1213

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program provides monthly payments to adults and children with a disability or blindness who have income and resources below specific financial limits. SSI payments are also made to people aged 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial qualifications.
You may be eligible to receive SSI monthly payments even if you are already receiving Social Security Disability Insurance or retirement benefits.
Contact Us

Social Security Administration
Office of Public Inquiries and Communications Support
1100 West High Rise
6401 Security Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21235
(800) 772-1213

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Texas Attorney General

The main responsibilities of the Office of the Attorney General are defending the State of Texas and its duly elected laws by providing legal representation to the State, serving the children of Texas through the enforcement of the state’s child support laws, securing justice for Texans, protecting Texans from waste, fraud, and abuse, and safeguarding the freedoms of Texans as guaranteed by the United States and Texas constitutions.

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Mailing Address:
Office of the Attorney General
PO Box 12548
Austin, TX 78711-2548

Delivery Address
Office of the Attorney General
300 W. 15th Street
Austin, TX 78701
(800) 621-0508

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

The mission of the SEC is to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation. The SEC strives to promote a market environment that is worthy of the public’s trust.

Contact Us
(817) 978-3821

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Alzheimer's Association - N. Central Texas Chapter

The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.

We are the Alzheimer’s Association and our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia.

Alzheimer’s Association, North Central Texas Chapter
2630 West Freeway, Suite 100
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Phone: 800-272-3900

Phone: 817-336-4949

Contact person: Holly Taylor, LMSW


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Catholic Charities Fort Worth

Our Mission is to provide service to those in need, to advocate compassion and justice in the structures of society, and to call all people of goodwill to do the same.

At Catholic Charities Fort Worth, we have seen years of success working to help those affected by poverty. We have been able to grow our services, expand our reach, and improve the lives of our clients because we create, we eradicate, and we transform.


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Our mission statement is We Change Lives. We Care: We Connect People in Our Community. We Provide Access to Services. We Link People to Resources. We Empower People.


My Health My Resources (MHMR)
3840 Hulen, Hulen Tower North
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Phone: 817-569-4300


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North Texas SNAP

North Texas SNAP believes that an individual’s success or failure in life is determined by the quality of their support rather than their disability. We believe in the uniqueness of the individual, seeing their potential and their challenges. In this “one size fits all” society, we seek an individualized approach that truly serves the individual. The guiding factors in developing our programs and activities are our member’s specific needs and great potential. Our membership ranges in intellectual and developmental disabilities and is comprised of the intellectually disabled member, their families, business professionals, and community members.


P. O. Box 3294
Grapevine, TX 76099
(817) 545-9456

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Drug Enforcement Administration

While the primary function of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the nation’s federal drug laws, we understand that law enforcement alone cannot solve America’s drug problem. DEA is committed to reducing the demand for drugs through prevention and education activities. DEA’s Community Outreach and Prevention Support Section collaborates with its partners at the federal, state, and local levels to provide information to schools and communities on drug trends and the dangers of using illicit drugs. One of DEA’s initiatives is the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Program. This addresses a crucial public safety and health issue. According to the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.9 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. The study shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. We encourage everyone to dispose of any unwanted, unused, or expired prescription medications.

Drug Enforcement Administration
10160 Technology Blvd., East
Dallas, Texas 75220

Phone: 571-324-7481
Phone: 214-557-5699
Contact person: Cynthia Velazquez

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Criminal District Attorney - Tarrant County

The Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office is devoted to taking criminals off the street and making the community a safer place to live and work. Each year, more than 45,000 cases are filed in Tarrant County, ranging from capital murder to misdemeanor theft. Some of the best and brightest attorneys in the state handle the prosecution of these cases, which are assigned to 10 felony or 10 misdemeanor courts.

401 West Belknap
Fort Worth
Texas 76196

Phone: 817-884-1111

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Tarrant County Commissioner, Precinct 3

I consider it an honor to serve as your Precinct 3 Commissioner for Northeast Tarrant County. Precinct 3 is the fastest-growing precinct in the county, exceeding a population of 500,000.

Most residents are surprised to learn the wide range and the great number of services that Tarrant County provides for our citizens. My office can help you understand how to navigate and access these community resources to help you, your friends, and your loved ones. My most important priority is providing the best quality of life and the appropriate resources for the residents and businesses in Northeast Tarrant County.

Northeast Courthouse
645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 200
Hurst, Texas 76054

Phone: 817-248-6295
Fax: 817-581-3603

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Tarrant County Public Health

Since its inception in the 1950s, Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) has been a valuable local resource by providing services aimed at promoting, achieving, and maintaining a healthy standard of living for Tarrant County residents.

TCPH offers a scope of services as diverse as the county’s population. With a dedicated staff of more than 400 public health professionals and annual funding resources totaling approximately $65 million, TCPH services touch everyone, every day and everywhere.


1101 S. Main St.

Fort Worth, TX 76104

(817) 321-4700

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Tarrant County Veteran Services

The Tarrant County Veteran Services Office is an advocate agency established to assist veterans and/or their survivors to obtain entitled benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the State of Texas. Our office is a part of – and is funded by – Tarrant County. We are not a part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, more commonly known as the “VA”.



1200 Circle Dr., Suite 300

Fort Worth, Texas 7619

(817) 531-5645


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Samaritan House

Samaritan House supports vulnerable individuals and families as they move toward independence by providing housing, resources, and hope.


929 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 332-6410

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Tarrant County Homeless Coalition

Since 1989 the Homeless Coalition has been leading the community solution to homelessness. We are local non-profit working with over 40 partner agencies together to realize our shared community vision of a vibrant community where everyone has a place to call home. The Homeless Coalition serves as a collaborative force, providing partner agencies with guidance and resources to ensure that interventions are effective and efficient for people in need in our community. Join us as we work to prevent and end homelessness in our community!

The Homeless Coalition got its start when homelessness was just emerging as a problem in Fort Worth in the 1980s. Formally established in 1989, the Homeless Coalition began as a volunteer-run organization providing oversight and planning for homeless services in Tarrant County.

Led by a volunteer board comprised of mainly homeless service providers, the Homeless Coalition partnered with local municipalities to plan and apply for federal funding to benefit providers in our community. As the Lead Agency for the Continuum of Care, the Homeless Coalition continues to submit the collaborative application for our community to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

In 2008, we hired our first paid employee, and since then the number of staff and capacity of the Homeless Coalition has expanded significantly, with a budget of $3.5M and a staff of 25.

300 s. Beach St.
Fort Worth, TX 76105
(817) 509-3635

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Tarrant County Human Services

Tarrant County Department of Human Services (TCDHS) is the County’s temporary financial assistance program. The mission of TCDHS is to provide social services and economic assistance to individuals and families. Financial assistance is provided to eligible households for rent, mortgage, utilities, food & hygiene items, and transportation on a limited basis.


1200 Circle Drive, Suite 200
Fort Worth, Texas 76119

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Union Gospel Mission

Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County is a united Christian organization and ministry dedicated to providing love, hope, respect, and a new beginning for the homeless in Tarrant County.

1321 E. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76102

(817) 339-2553

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US Department of Veteran Affairs/VA Housing Assistance

VA housing assistance can help Veterans, service members, and their surviving spouses to buy a home or refinance a loan. We also offer benefits and services to help you build, improve, or keep your current home. Find out how to apply for and manage the Veterans’ housing assistance benefits you’ve earned.


(800) 698-2411

(800) 827-1000

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Department of Family and Protective Services

APS investigates abuse, neglect, and exploitation of adults who are elderly or have disabilities and who live in the community. Any adult who has a disability or who is age 65 or older that is in a state of abuse, neglect, or exploitation may be eligible to receive adult protective services.


(800) 252-5400

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Financial Exploitation Prevention Center of Tarrant County

The mission of the Financial Exploitation Prevention center (FEPC) is to create a unified network of partners committed to the prevention, protection, and prosecution of financial exploitation of aging and/or disabled adults in Tarrant County.


(817) 720-6556

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2-1-1 Texas

2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, our goal is to present accurate, well-organized, and easy-to-find information from state and local health and human services programs. We accomplish this through the work of our 25 Area Information Centers (AICs) across the state. 2-1-1 Texas is a free, anonymous social service hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


Dial  2-1-1 or (877) 541-7905

(800) 622-2520

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Tarrant County Constable, Precinct 3

The mission of the Tarrant County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office is to serve the citizens of Precinct 3 efficiently and professionally, exhibiting integrity, courtesy, fairness, and compassion in all interactions with the public. The constable’s primary duty is to serve the courts of Tarrant County, processing the orders of the courts accurately and expediently.


645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 110

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 581-3610


Delinquent Tax Sales


1400 Main St., Ste. 130

Southlake, TX 76092

(817) 581-3610 – Option 2


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Tarrant County Clerk

Beyond recording life’s major events and transactions in Texas’ third most populous county, we provide administrative support for 15 courts, maintaining records for criminal and civil cases as well as files for probated estates. As the county’s second-largest source of funds, we collect more than $24 million in fines and fees and manage over $17 million in cash bonds as well as funds for minors and guardianships.


Northeast Courthouse

645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 120

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 884-1550


Southlake Town Hall

1400 Main St., Ste. 140

Southlake, TX 76092

(817) 884-1550

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Tarrant County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3

The Justice Court is commonly known as the “People’s Court.” There are eight Justice Courts in Tarrant County. The Justice Court is a trial court for both civil cases (jurisdictional limit is$20,000), and many different types of misdemeanor criminal cases.


645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 220

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 581-3625

1400 Main St., Ste. 220

Southlake, TX 76092

(682) 732-6589

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Tarrant County Juvenile Services

By statute, Tarrant County Juvenile Services is the agency designated to receive law enforcement reports of law violations defined either as delinquent conduct or conduct indicating a need for supervision allegedly committed by juveniles (children ages 10 through 16).


645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 230

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 321-4844

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Tarrant County's Passport Acceptance Facility

Passport Acceptance Facility is a public sector office that is designated to accept and execute passport applications on the State of Texas’s behalf. Passport Acceptance Facilities verify the information of applicants using Form DS-11, which includes all first-time applicants and all minors.


645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 210

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 248-6080

1400 Main St., Ste. 340

Southlake, TX 76092

(682) 732-9645

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Tarrant County Tax Assessor/Collector

Tarrant County Tax Office ranks third in the State of Texas in the number of vehicle titles and registrations.  We have the highest number of property tax accounts in the state. We have over 186 employees in eight locations ready to assist you.


645 Grapevine Hwy., Ste. 100

Hurst, TX 76054

(817) 581-3635

1400 Main St., Ste. 110

Southlake, TX 76092

(817) 884-1100


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Bedford Senior Center

Join a growing group of energetic, young at heart, active adults, and seniors (50+) who enjoy participating in a variety of programs and events that are adaptive to growing health guidelines.


Contact: 2400 School Ln.

Bedford, TX 76021


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Colleyville Senior Center

Memberships are available to those ages 50+ and include access to free classes, programs, and special activities—plus use of our fitness facility. Memberships are required by everyone that participates in any senior class, program, or activity. Resident membership: No annual fee; Non-resident membership: $10 per year.


2512 Glade Road

Colleyville, TX 76034

(817) 503-1195

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Euless Family Life Senior Center

The Senior Center at the Euless Family Life Center is a 22,000-square-foot facility with a variety of educational and social activities for those young at heart and mind. Ages 60 and older are welcome to join in the festivities with fun activities and special events.


300 W. Midway Dr.

Euless, TX 76039


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Grapevine Senior Activities Center

The REC in Grapevine is a great place for active adults 55+ from Grapevine and the surrounding areas to participate in a variety of activities and special events.

Seniors have a place where they can come together for fun activities, daily lunches, field trips, free computer classes, and special events. They also provide transportation for Grapevine residents to and from the Senior Center, and around town to places like doctor and dentist appointments, the post office, the bank, or the grocery store.


1175 Municipal Way

Grapevine, TX 76091


Grapevine Senior Activities Center



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Haltom City Senior Center

Adult Activity Center is open for anyone 60 yrs. of age and older. Offers a variety of classes and programs.


5000 Bernice St.

Haltom City, TX


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Keller Senior Activities Center

Participation at the Keller Senior Activities Center is open to those age 55 or better unless otherwise designated by the Senior Activities Center supervisor. Participants are required to complete the Member Registration Form before participating in activities.


640-C Johnson Rd.

Keller, TX 76248




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North Richland Hills Senior Center

For those at least 55 years old, the NRH Senior Center, located at 6000 Hawk Avenue, offers a variety of amenities and enrichment opportunities. The dedicated senior facility adjoins the main concourse of the NRH Centre and is designed as the ideal spot to gather with friends and neighbors looking for recreation, health, and social activities.


6000 Hawk Ave.,

North Richland Hills, TX 76182




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Richland Hills Senior Center

Individuals aged 55 years of age and older can enjoy a variety of activities and trips.  Connect with new friends, learn a new skill, or create a healthier lifestyle through one of our programs.  Registration is required for all activities unless noted otherwise.  If you have an interest or an idea for a class, please let us know.


6750 Baker Blvd.

Richland Hills, TX 76118



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IRS Tax Consulting for the Elderly (TCE)


 (888) 906-9887

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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

The IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs offer free basic tax return preparation to qualified individuals.

The VITA program has operated for over 50 years. VITA sites offer free tax help to people who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns, including:

  • People who generally make $58,000 or less
  • Persons with disabilities; and
  • Limited English-speaking taxpayers

In addition to VITA, the TCE program offers free tax help, particularly for those who are 60 years of age and older, specializing in questions about pensions and retirement-related issues unique to seniors.

While the IRS manages the VITA and TCE programs, the VITA/TCE sites are operated by IRS partners and staffed by volunteers who want to make a difference in their communities. The IRS-certified volunteers who provide tax counseling are often retired individuals associated with non-profit organizations that receive grants from the IRS.

VITA/TCE services are not only free, they are also a reliable and trusted source for preparing tax returns. All VITA/TCE volunteers who prepare returns must take and pass tax law training that meets or exceeds IRS standards. This training includes maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of all taxpayer information. In addition to requiring volunteers to certify their knowledge of the tax laws, the IRS requires a quality review check for every return prepared at a VITA/TCE site prior to filing. Each filing season, tens of thousands of dedicated VITA/TCE volunteers prepare millions of federal and state returns. They also assist taxpayers with the preparation of thousands of Facilitated Self-Assistance returns.

To access information about the VITA Program, please visit:


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HEB Transit

HEB Transit is a low-cost transportation service for HEB residents who need assistance with trips to work or work-related activities, such as job interviews, training, education, and childcare. HEB Transit provides transportation for disadvantaged people in Hurst, Euless, and Bedford and access to employment destinations within those cities and the Hurst/Bell and CentrePort/DFW Airport Trinity Railway Express (TRE) stations. Services are provided by Catholic Charities.